Run by University of Illinois Assistant Professor Debbie Reese, this blog offers "a critical discussion of American Indians in children's books, the school curriculum, popular culture, and society-at-large."
A detailed repository including digital facsimiles of United States government documents pertaining to nineteenth century legislation regarding U.S. government interactions with indigenous peoples of the United States and Alaskan territory.
The official site of Bureau of Indian Affairs of the U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI) provides information on a variety of topics, including BIA history, a directory of tribal leaders, and links to information about Native American ancestry and genea
The American Indian Environmental Office (AIEO) coordinates the Agency-wide effort to strengthen public health and environmental protection in Indian Country, with a special emphasis on building Tribal capacity to administer their own environmental progra
A directory of federal government websites that feature information for or about Native Americans. Subjects include agriculture, art and exhibits, business and employment, education, environment and wildlife, federal and tribal government, grants and funding, health and human services, highways, history, housing and land, the military, reference tools, and taxes.
A guide to current online and print resources for finding children's and young adult literature by Native Americans and/or about Native American culture. The guide is provided and maintained by the University of Illinois's Social Sciences, Health, and Education Library.
An extensive and well-organized index of Native American resources on the Web including Native American nations, culture, history, health, law/government, education, art, and archaeology. In addition, it includes links to books, music, film and video, gam
This site provides information on Native North American authors with bibliographies of their published works, biographical information, and links to online resources including interviews, online texts and tribal web sites.
This project is a cooperative effort among the University of Oklahoma Law Center, the National Indian Law Library (NILL), and Native American tribes providing access to the constitutions, tribal codes, and other legal documents. It offers the user access
NativeWeb was desgned to serve as a virtual community center. The goals of the site include disseminating information from and about indigenous nations, peoples, and organizations; fostering communication between native and non-native peoples; and providi
A volunteer run site collecting sacred texts from traditions around the globe. The Native American Religions site takes a respectful approach and lists historical texts and ethnographic accounts by culture group.